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statewide elections we've had post-obama in massachusetts, virginia and new jersey. 50% decline in young people's vote. while many of them are disenchanted perhaps with president obama, i have to tell you, a lot of us older democrats are getting a little frustrated with the youngsters. this is a marathon race. yeah, they got their hopy changy guy in 2008. if they want to actually enact all that change, they have to stay in the game. >> david, from a republican perspective, do you think the gop would like to see more alan grayson? >> alan grayson is a big part of the problem, generally, with the country. he is really a talk radio figure more than a political figure. he is not somebody who is in congress to make legislation. obviously he can't work with anybody on the other side of the aisle, the way he talks. his strategy, it will work for him, is to become famous by being polarizing, to stand out, to become a symbol of the left for the left against the right. you can raise a lot of money that way. you can't accomplish anything. and that is part of the same disease that's consuming us all
, turning away from new york city, turning away from washington, d.c., from richmond, from virginia beach. but there will be damage along the north carolina outer banks. there may even be some damage in new england and we'll, obviously, see some of that as the days go on. anderson? >> we want to check back in with you. i do want to go to kill devil hills, which sits on a very thin strip of land with water on both sides, with hurricane earl on one side. rob, you're the closest to the storm. what do you expect tonight? what are people there doing? >> reporter: well, a lot of people have gotten out of here. evacuation orders went out, especially south of here, where it's a little bit thinner, as chad mentioned, and over-washing of the highways there a distinct possibility. in 2003 when hurricane isabel came through, it cut a whole new patch right through the road. it took them weeks to rebuild that. they don't want to cut people off from society. what happened today was really a slow ramp up to what we see now, almost tropical storm strength gusts. that is about it. the rain is now starting
from virginia, teresa lewis has been executed. she died by lethal injection. the 41-year-old grandmother was convicted of plotting the 2002 killings of her husband and stepson. asked if she had any last words, lewis said, quote, i just want kathy to know i love her and i'm sorry, referring to kathy cliffton, the daughter of one victim, and the sister of another. her lawyers argue that lewis borderline i.q. allowed her to be manipulated by her co-defendant. >>> today at the u.n., president obama told the general assembly now is the time for israelis and palestinians to work toward a future that includes a palestinian homeland and a secure israel. the president also says the door remains open for talks with iran. however, iranian president mahmoud ahmadinejad suggested the u.s. was somehow involved in the 9/11 attacks, prompting delegates from the u.s. and several allies to walk out. >>> a $42 billion bill aimed at helping small businesses cleared the house today with the support of just one republican. the senate passed its version a week ago with two republicans backing i
days, you take -- you go back to the tea party, rand paul in west virginia, we thought at one time maybe he would be in trouble. he's opened up a double-digit lead, there's a tea party candidate. >> there's another great example of not talking -- after he gave that controversial interview to rachel maddow there was suddenly radio silencfor him. >> he learned and every one of these tea party candidates have taken a lead. the only one that's in a real race is angle and she's dead even with reid. the bottom line here is whose side turns out, the issue that the democrats have pushed the health care, they pushed an $850 billion deficit. both those are very unpopular, both of them don't think they've worked. if you have a choice between someone you are not sure of and someone you are sure is going to make the situation worse for you and yo kid you're going to vote for the republican. >> i wanted to play something the president said today in a speech. targeting john boehner, let's listen. >> and the republican who thks he's going to take over as speaker -- [ crowd booing ] >> i'm just say
. the republican candidate in virginia for governor we through a scalding campaign because of what he'd written as a student and all that have was sort of revived during that. so he has a fair point this ought to be, both candidates ought to be revived. but my point here is on christine o'donnell, i think the reason why she's now, she's burst into the spotlight as the the woman who probably cost the republicans their chance at winning the senate. she is going to certainly contribute to a fear among republicans about crossing lines and working with democrats as mike castle did. voting for cap and trade, as he did, and have that bring him down sends a very big signal that it's going to be extremely hard to govern and form bipartisan majorities no matter who wins in these elections. and finally, this election with her, you know, is probably going to drive or draw a lot of the republican candidates for president, you know this, draw them to the right. we're going to -- mitt romney was described in the financial times today as the guy who really lost tuesday night because he's too moderate. mitt rom
in california, meg whitman, carly fiorina, kelly ayotte in new hampshire, bob mcdonnell in virginia, chris christie in new jersey, scott massachusetts. all these new candidates have one thing in common. they're outsiders. they're fresh faces and they don't want to grow washington's economy, they want to grow america's economy. they want to stop taking money out of the american people's economy and sending it to washington. >> let me make something clear. >> the tea party is the easiest part to focus on because it's got the brightest feathers and most colorful, but it's much bigger than that. that's why republicans are probably going to gain something like 52, 53 seats. >> i could not agree with you more. >> ask americans about keynesianism being dead, they're voting on it this election. >> i could not agree with you more about growing private sector job creation versus government, and that is what smart politics is all about. what i'm saying is the policies coming out of the tea party are so disassociated from reality. in terms of what it takes to do it. if you sit down with meg whitman, b
. there's earl. there's fiona. and now gaston. gaston did a lot of damage around richmond, virginia about six years ago. remember, they do recycle the names. it's not a new name every year. if it's not a damaging storm that caused a lot of damage and a lot of deaths they just reuse the name rather than retire it. earl, though, may be one of the things that we're going to have to get rid of. an e storm here. very large. we had a wind gust. for a while we had a plane that was kind of flying through it, one of those hurricane hunter aircraft, flew through it, put down basically a weather balloon, although it wasn't a balloon, it was on a parachute because it's already in the sky. so as it falls through it found a wind gust of 199 miles per hour. not at the surface. a couple thousand feet up. but it still counts. it's still a wind gust. so as this storm continues to try to turn away from the shore, boy, we sure hope that that happens in the overnight hours. still, the 5:00 update here still has it offshore. the 11:00 update will be coming on soon. you can always go to cnn.com/hurricane for th
and now gaston, who did a lot of damage around richmond, virginia, six years ago. remember, they do recycle the names. it's not a new name every year. if it's not a damaging storm that caused a lot of damage and a lot of deaths, they reuse the name rather than retire it. earl may be one of the things we have to get rid of. east storm rather large. wind gust. for a while, we had a plane flying through it, hurricane hunter aircrafts flew through it, put down basically a weather balloon, though it wasn't a balloon. it was on a parachute. it's already in the sky. it found a wind gust of 199 miles per hour. not at surface. a couple thousand feet up, but it still counts. it's still a wind gust. as this storm continues, trying to turn away from the shore -- boy, we sure hope that happens in the overnight hours. the 5:00 update has it overshore, 11:00 update will be coming on soon. you can always go to cnn.com/hurricane for the very latest. >> we have a text 360 question from washington. what's your advice to people who plan to vacation to the east coast for the coming weekend? should they
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